Daniel Harms (Upstate New York) holds two masters’ degrees, one in anthropology and one in library and information science. His major area of research is magic from antiquity to the present, and he has been published in the Journal for the Academic Study of Magic and the Journal of Scholarly Publishing. Harms is also the author of two books on horror fiction and folklore.
Three Centuries of Incantations, Charms & Ritual Magic
Before Douce manuscript 116 landed in Oxford's Bodleian Library, this compilation of magical operations passed through the hands of four occult philosophers who recorded charms, seals, talismans, and... READ MORE